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Noun

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passado (plural passados or passadoes)

  1. Alternative form of passade

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Galician

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Participle

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passado (feminine passada, masculine plural passados, feminine plural passadas)

  1. past participle of passar

Portuguese

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Etymology

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Inherited from Old Galician-Portuguese passado, corresponding to passar (to pass) +‎ -ado.

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  • Hyphenation: pas‧sa‧do

Adjective

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passado (feminine passada, masculine plural passados, feminine plural passadas)

  1. past (of the past)
    Glórias passadas.Past glories.
  2. (with time periods) last; previous (nouns modified by passado in this sense can be noun phrases or adverb phrases)
    Ano passado li três livros.I read three books last year.
    No ano passado li três livros.I read three books in the previous year.
  3. (of fruit) past its ripeness; beginning to rot
  4. (figuratively) past its prime

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Descendants

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  • Guinea-Bissau Creole: pasadu
  • Kabuverdianu: pasádu
  • Macanese: passado
  • Kristang: passadu
  • Principense: pasadu
  • Tetum: pasadu

Noun

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passado m (plural passados)

  1. past (period of time that has already happened)
    No passado as pessoas não liam muitos livros.In the past people didn’t read many books.
  2. (grammar) past; past tense (verb tense expressing actions that already happened)
    Synonym: pretérito

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Participle

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passado (feminine passada, masculine plural passados, feminine plural passadas)

  1. past participle of passar

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